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ACT of Connecticut is an Equal Opportunity Employer dedicated to inspiring, creating and nurturing a culturally diverse and equitable environment for its staff, creative teams, cast, crew members and audiences. ACT of CT does not discriminate in matters of employment, recruitment, admission or administration of any of its programs on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, or genetic information. We are committed to achieving a diverse workforce and to maintaining an inclusive and discrimination-free environment.
Health and Safety Officer
ACT of CT has an immediate opening for a Health and Safety Officer as the theatre continues its reopening with in-person and livestream performances of The Last Five Years. Officers will be onsite during all rehearsals and performances. Hours will vary depending on production schedule.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
Coordinate off-site COVID testing for all new hires, contractors, crew, musicians
Locate union approved COVID testing sites local to all new hires
Coordinate onsite COVID testing for all current staff on an ongoing basis
Work with ACT of CT’s medical advisor and onsite medical administrator to coordinate COVID testing for ACT of CT
Communicate with health care providers to maintain COVID testing supplies and protocols
Schedule COVID testing for all staff
Communicate scheduling details to all staff
Be familiar with ever-changing state, local, and union COVID guidelines
Be familiar with all Connecticut travel restrictions
Organize, maintain and track all paperwork needed to keep the theater and its employees and contractors as safe and healthy as possible.
Maintain comprehensive records of cleaning, maintenance, testing, and COVID related communications
Stay up to date on all COVID news/CT and NY COVID rates
Create and update Patron Safety Plan with front of house coordinator
Arrive one hour before crew/cast calls, remain one hour after crew/cast departs
Sanitize common spaces multiple times throughout the day
Screen staff and visitors daily upon arrival, maintain comprehensive screening logs for contact tracing purposes
Coordinate, supervise, and implement patron safety plan during performances
Individuals should be willing to take a training course(s) to receive certification and continued education surrounding health and safety matters, as related to the live theatrical and entertainment industry. The ideal individual for this position is highly organized and personable while being clear, strict and willing to maintain a healthy and safe environment for all who are a part of the ACT of CT family, with support from management.
Please submit resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ACT (A Contemporary Theatre) of Connecticut seeks highly motivated and detail-oriented individuals to serve as Interns for the Fall/Winter of 2020/21. ACT (A Contemporary Theatre) of CT is a professional, nonprofit 501(c)(3), Equity theatre located in Ridgefield, CT. Founded and led by Katie Diamond, Daniel C. Levine, and Bryan Perri, ACT of CT presents limited engagement runs of well-known musicals, as well as world-premiere productions by the next generation of writers and composers. For more information, please email email@example.com with your name, resume, and which intern position you are interested in. The following positions are available:
Administrative / General Management / Education Internship:
These Interns will serve as the first line of support for ACT’s General Manager, Producing Director, Artistic Director, Education Department and/or Development Director. This is a highly collaborative role that will support the organization as a whole during pre-production, rehearsals and performances.
Marketing / Social Media / Press Internship:
Marketing / Social Media / Press Interns’ responsibilities include (but are not limited to) developing weekly relevant content and manage social media accounts for ACT of Connecticut and exploring new ways of “spreading the word” about ACT.
Technical / Production / Design Internship:
These Interns will assist in specific areas such as costumes, lighting, sound, wardrobe, props, set, etc. for our productions.
Check back soon for audition information for our 2020-2021 season productions!
At ACT of Connecticut, the safety and health of all staff, cast, creative team and audiences is of the utmost importance. In this time of COVID-19, we have put into place extra precautions and protocols to help prevent the spread of the Coronavirus and plan for a safe and productive work environment. In order to provide the safest environment for all working at ACT, and to help to slow the spread of COVID-19, these regulations may shift and change from time to time as guidance is provided by the State of Connecticut and the CDC.
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